Abstract submission for the Conference Book has been closed.

You may still submit an electronic abstract of your work (and e-poster) by November, 15, to office@pasteur2022.com

Present your work as poster and win an attractive poster award.

Abstract (e-version only) submission deadline: November 15, 2022

Registration deadline: November 28, 2022

Please read the abstract guidelines carefully before starting your submission.


July 1 – November 28, 2022
Abstract submission
September 30, 2022
Conference fee payment deadline
November 28, 2022
November 29 – 30, 2022


Microbial Pathogens of Man: Taxonomy –Virulence – Infectious Diseases – Epidemiology – Diagnostics – Host-Pathogen Interactions

Microbial Diseases of Wild and Dom esticated Animals: Aetiology – Epidemiology – Diagnostics – Treatment

Biofilm – Microbiome – Genomics, Metagenomics & other –Omics

Antimicrobial Drugs and Treatment Strategies

Microbial Biotechnology – Industrial Microbiology – GMO

Environmental Microbiology & Microbial Evolution: Microbial Populations and their Interactions in the Environment – Extremophiles – Pollution Microbiology – Microbial Diversity & Evolution

Microbial Resistance to Drugs and other Stress Factors: Mechanisms of Resistance and Strategies for Control and Management


Abstract submission guidelines

  • Abstracts can only be submitted once the registration has been completed.
  • Abstract submission form requires providing the Registration ID (RegID), sent on your e-mail after successful registration.
  • All accepted abstracts will be presented as posters in the poster session.
  • Authors of up to 10 outstanding abstracts will be invited for 10-minute oral presentation during the plenary sessions.
  • E-posters are accepted, but require at least online participation of the submitting authors.
  • Only e-posters whose authors are on-site participants will be invited to the e-poster presentation session (within the e-Poster Presentation Area).
  • The Organizers reserve the right to change the category of submission, and to make changes to the format, lexis and grammar of the abstract, yet with no interference to its scientific content.

Make sure your abstract is submitted on time and in the right format by following these simple steps:

  • The abstract should be in English, and no longer than 250 words.
  • Keep your title concise and informative, and use capital letters only for the beginning of a sentence and for an acronym/name.
  • Authors should be listed as full first name and last name.
  • Indicate the presenting author.
  • Only the first letters of the name and surname should be capitalised (i.e. John Smith, not JOHN SMITH).
  • Affiliations should be in the following format: Department/Institute, Organisation, City, Country.
  • If necessary, acknowledgements should be provided below the Conclusions section of the abstract.
  • Select the subject area that best fits your abstract.
  • Please ensure that the email provided when submitting the abstract, will still be valid in the lead up to and during the event, as we will need to contact you with the outcome of your submission.
  • You are requested to read and agree to the Abstract Submission Terms & Conditions before submitting your abstract. Once your abstract is received, it is assumed that you have agreed to these terms.

What happens after the submission?

Please note the notification email will be sent to the email address indicated during the submission process.

If you have not received notification by November 20, 2022,  please check your spam/junk folder or contact the Conference Office immediately.

Terms and Conditions

When submitting an abstract for consideration for this current event of the “The last word belongs to microbes – Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of LOUIS PASTEUR”, primary author is responsible for ensuring that the work described in the abstract was conducted in accordance with the following rules and policies.

Research Conduct Policy

Submission of an abstract constitutes authors’ formal agreement and statement that they have conducted the reported research in accordance with the relevant institutional and national guidelines and regulations regarding experiments on human subjects, live vertebrates, or higher invertebrates. Abstracts reporting any experimental work that was not conducted in accordance with these guidelines will be rejected by the Scientific Board.

Identity Policy

Demonstration material presented at the meeting must be substantively identical to that described in the abstract. In particular, the title, authorship, and scientific content of the presentation at the meeting must match the ones mentioned in the abstract.

Presentation Limits

First author should be designated as the presenting author and demonstrate the work at the meeting. No presentation may be given by an individual who is not an author of the abstract.

Author Consent

Authors may not be listed on an abstract unless they have given their consent to the presenting author. All materials must be the work of the listed authors.

Full Disclosure of Information

Transparency is vital for open-sharing of information. Full disclosure of the identities of genes, proteins, chemicals, active agents etc. is required, in all presentations, both oral and poster.


Presentation Agreement Remuneration

Abstract submission implies an understanding that the authors will receive no remuneration from the Organizing Committee for participation other than that specified in writing.

Permission for the Use of Name and Likeness

Authors give the Organizing Committee, their agents and representatives the right to use their names and likeness in promotional and other material published in relation to the meeting.

Permission for Publication of Material

Authors grant the Organizing Committee copyright for publication of material they may provide for inclusion in the conference proceedings. The copyright consists of all rights allowed by the copyright laws of the Republic of Poland and all other countries. Authors understand that the proceedings, including their contribution, will be made available in printed and/or electronic form to the attendees of the conference and other interested parties pursuant to policies established by the Organizing Committee. Authors understand that the Organizing Committee will hold the copyright for the proceedings and its contents. Authors understand that the copyright of the compilation of materials in the proceedings is not the same as the copyright of an individual item of material included in the proceedings. Authors understand that they are encouraged to include copyright notices as appropriate on all the materials submitted to the organisers for publication. Authors understand that the Organizing Committee takes no responsibility for registering any copyright and advises authors to take all appropriate steps to do so. Authors authorise the Organizing Committee to sell or otherwise distribute the mentioned proceedings to other participants and general public. In return, authors understand that the Organizing Committee retains the right to reprint their contribution in any publication. Authors affirm that their contribution contains no matter that is defamatory or is otherwise unlawful or invades individual privacy, or infringes on any proprietary right or statutory copyright. Authors affirm that their contribution is their own original or that they have obtained permission at their own expense from the copyright holder for publication and will submit documentation, showing permission for use, to the Scientific Board at the time of submission of the materials to be distributed. Authors understand that the information contained in their submitted abstract may be shared with third-party processors when we do not have the in-house capacity required for certain functions (such as graphic design or printing).

Indemnification Agreement

Authors agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Organizing Committee and the Scientific Board, their agents and representatives, should the material presented or provided for publication be determined to defame, libel, or slander an individual or organisation, violate the confidentiality of any individual or organisation, or infringe on another’s copyright.

Submitting authors must agree to the above terms at the time of submission.